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Dynamarine revo

Post by codachobee » Mon May 18, 2015 10:52 am

I've been up in the air about gettin a new hull the dynamarine hull look pretty damn sexy I'm just wanting some input on how they ride , slide , and run the hill thanks

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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by Bruce » Mon May 18, 2015 3:09 pm

Never ran the hill with one but not a bad hull theyre sliders and fairly quick they handle rough water pretty good as well from what i saw
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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by justin m » Mon May 18, 2015 3:34 pm

I've rode on Terry's boat with that 480. One of the best riding hulls i've been on. It's free and slides smooth. It seemed like once you got it in a slide, you could get out of it pretty easy. As for running dry ground, it's sturdy and did'nt have a problem running it. Not sure what powerplant you're looking to put on it but that 480 swinging a gearbox prop definitley get's it done
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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by farmboy » Mon May 18, 2015 4:12 pm

I drove one and I will say I was very impressed with the way it rode in rough water... It felt good in the skinny water too. I didn't really run it on dry but I'm sure it wouldn't have any problems...
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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by ptr34 » Mon May 18, 2015 5:11 pm

just like the guys said. running great in all water and on hill. Any time u want a test ride u let me know and u can ride on mine :D
if u don't run dry .then should have gotten a bassboat
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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by codachobee » Mon May 18, 2015 6:29 pm

ptr34 wrote:just like the guys said. running great in all water and on hill. Any time u want a test ride u let me know and u can ride on mine :D
Is yours the GO 0540 with the stars?

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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by ptr34 » Mon May 18, 2015 6:32 pm

Yes sir but it's a 480 not a 540
if u don't run dry .then should have gotten a bassboat
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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by codachobee » Mon May 18, 2015 6:36 pm

ptr34 wrote:Yes sir but it's a 480 not a 540
Oh I gotcha haven't seen it close up is that the same rigging out of your glass boat

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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by billford216 » Mon May 18, 2015 7:04 pm

I was on the fence myself, but I finally pulled the trigger on one and I'm anxiously awaiting delivery. I have several friends who rode on Terry's boat and were all impressed with the ride quality. I recently sent my complete rigging with my 200 to Shane so they can build a boat to fit. They even went as far as transporting it from Florida to them to insure a proper fit.

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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by codachobee » Mon May 18, 2015 7:19 pm

billford216 wrote:I was on the fence myself, but I finally pulled the trigger on one and I'm anxiously awaiting delivery. I have several friends who rode on Terry's boat and were all impressed with the ride quality. I recently sent my complete rigging with my 200 to Shane so they can build a boat to fit. They even went as far as transporting it from Florida to them to insure a proper fit.
What length and width you go with

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Re: Dynamarine revo

Post by billford216 » Mon May 18, 2015 10:02 pm

My previous hull was 12' x 7'4" with 13" sides. The plan is to make one as close to that as possible, since until this point all their Revos have been bigger(longer).

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